Wondering if you’re pregnant In Ames?

A missed period is the most common indicator that you may be pregnant, but not the only one. Here are some other common symptoms:

  • Bloating
  • Breast tenderness
  • Change of appetite
  • Constipation
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent urination
  • Nausea and/or vomiting

If you think you are pregnant in or near Ames and are experiencing any of the above symptoms consult your doctor. If you do not have a regular doctor or would like to keep your inquiry confidential, Obria Medical Clinics are here to help. Our compassionate and caring medical and support staff are highly trained and dedicated to meeting your healthcare needs. Our services include a lab-grade pregnancy test, and, if your pregnancy test is positive, we will offer you an ultrasound exam to confirm the viability of your pregnancy. We also provide pregnancy verification.

What is a Pregnancy Verification and why do I need it?

We offer pregnancy verifications in Ames which are determined by the date of your last menstrual period (LMP). Some doctors or clinics require pregnancy verification before allowing you to make an appointment with them regarding your pregnancy. This pregnancy verification is the official document that serves as the proof of pregnancy for insurance companies, community agencies that provide services like the W.I.C. program, employers, and will be needed if you obtain an abortion.

Most importantly, remember you are not alone as you consider your options. Obria Medical Clinics is here to empower and equip you to make an informed decision. The earlier you know, the more time you have to plan.

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Ames is a city located in the central part of Story County, Iowa, United States. It is located approximately 30 miles (48 km) north of Des Moines, and had a 2017 population of 66,498.[6] The U.S. Census Bureau designates the Ames metropolitan statistical area as encompassing all of Story County; combined with the Boone, Iowa micropolitan statistical area (Boone County, Iowa), the pair make up the larger Ames-Boone combined statistical area.